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Toll Brothers’ national sales event lasts until July 27

Toll Brothers is offering the chance to personalize homes at a savings during its National Sales Event through July 27.

The offer includes special money-saving incentives at Toll Brothers’ new-home neighborhoods in Southern Nevada. The neighborhoods include Santaluz in Summerlin, Savona in the northwest valley, Franklin Park at Providence, Mirasol at Mountain’s Edge and Inspirada in Henderson. Each home collection combines the advantages of new construction with energy efficiency in an upscale, single-family and townhouse design enhanced by several sought-after amenities.

Buyers can take advantage of money-saving incentives to create a home that will be tailored and personalized to match the homeowner’s lifestyle and to offer the most for their investment. During this event buyers can receive $2,500 toward closing costs in addition to community specific incentives.

If a home is purchased through July 27 buyers also can lock in still-low interest rates and get even more for their money during this limited-time event. They’ll get a behind-the-scenes look at the quality, value, design and luxury that is built into each Toll Brothers home. And they’ll see that each Toll Brothers community is situated in a convenient and sought-after area.

To take advantage of the special savings and incentives that will be offered through the National Sales Event, buyers must make a deposit between July 12 and 27. Savings and incentives will vary among communities and will comprise a package of savings created specifically for this event, so buyers should contact their community of interest to learn more.

“Toll Brothers was just named Builder of the Year by Builder Magazine — the leading media brand in residential construction,” said Gary Mayo, group president. “Beyond the savings offered during this limited-time, event buyers will also be getting an award-winning homebuilder that is known for impeccable quality and value — and that’s priceless.”

Toll Brothers has set the standard for integrity, value, timeless design, and exceptionally high quality, and is considered one of the smartest and best-managed companies anywhere, Mayo said.

Although Toll Brothers is probably best known for its expansive single-family and estate homes, the luxury builder offers a range of home designs including condominiums, carriage homes, and townhomes; and a palette of community types — such as active adult through its Toll Brothers Active Living brand and resort, and urban through its Toll Brothers City Living brand.

Toll Brothers, an award-winning Fortune 1000 company founded in 1967, is building nationwide and is a publicly owned company.

The company was recently named Builder of the Year by Builder magazine, and was twice named Builder of the Year by Professional Builder magazine.

Toll Brothers supports the communities in which it builds; among other philanthropic pursuits, the Company now sponsors the Toll Brothers — Metropolitan Opera International Radio Network, bringing opera to neighborhoods throughout the world.

Toll Brothers builds luxury single-family detached and attached home communities; master planned luxury residential, resort-style golf communities; and urban low-, mid-, and high-rise communities, principally on land it develops and improves.

The company also operates its own lumber distribution, and house component assembly and manufacturing operations. It acquires and develops commercial properties through Toll Commercial and its affiliate, Toll Brothers Realty Trust, and purchases distressed loan and real estate asset portfolios through its wholly owned subsidiary, Gibraltar Capital and Asset Management.

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